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  “As a society, we have a moral responsibility to ensure that those who are marginalized, those who do not have a voice and those who are weak are fully integrated into our society.” – Her Excellency Reema Carmona, First Lady of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago, during her   Read More ...

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The blue lights for autism awareness will be lit during month of April at St. Helena Village junction.

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On Friday 17th February, Mrs. Joy Valdez, a retired teacher and volunteer at the Autistic Society of Trinidad and Tobago (ASTT), launched her latest publication, We Live and Love Too- Meet Some Persons with Autism. Her work features a collection of personal stories told from the perspective of people with   Read More ...

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“We Live and Love Too”, a book of real life short stories about young persons on the autism spectrum, written by ASTT volunteer, Mrs. Joy Valdez. Donation of $60 towards the work of the Autistic Society of Trinidad & Tobago’s 2 parent support centres at Point Fortin and D’Abadie To   Read More ...

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The document attached is a press release introducing ‘Quiet Mondays’ for special needs visa applicants. The first Monday afternoon of the month will be set aside as ‘quiet Mondays.’ If you have questions about the initiative please send an email to the Consular Section consularpos@state.gov  or Public Affairs ptspas@state.gov Please   Read More ...

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The Annual Report was given to members on Saturday 5th November, 2016. Mrs. Barbara King, Certified Professional Facilitator (CPF) International Association of Facilitators and co founder of ParentingTT was the guest speaker. Please click on the following link to view – Annual Report 2016  

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Please see link to article and the research reported in the Lancet (Medical Journal). Support for ASTT’s parent as co-therapist model and the importance of parents/caregivers being trained to help their child/adult on the autism spectrum. https://www.theguardian.com/society/2016/oct/25/autisc-children-therapy-method-potential-breakthrough-care-preschool-autism-communication-trial?utm_source=esp&utm_medium=Email&utm_campaign=GU+Today+main+NEW+H+categories&utm_term=196486&subid=14254305&CMP=EMCNEWEML6619I2

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